My crafts with Zaxxon have slowed w-a-a-y down lately, because we don't have as much time and he's getting some in school. He's not coming home with as much as I would have expected, though. His school is very free-form, allowing the kids to dictate what they want to do with much of their day. Whenever I break out a craft at home, Zaxxon usually gets excited, but his enjoyment of that hasn't been able to compete with all of the cool toys the school has. So he makes things sometimes, and makes a lot of his own creations like "books" (a few papers taped together,) flags (a small strip of paper on a stick) and other odds and ends (today he brought home a partially formed paper box.) He also sometimes paints or does a special project they've set up, but probably less than half of the time. He's thriving at school, though, and is already good at a lot of the skills he needs at this age. So I bring out crafts when I can fit them into our schedule, because it's still fun to do at home.
And that's really all we did from August through October. We've done one Thanksgiving craft so far and I hope to make a few more before the day, but we'll see